Seemingly a travel advertisement for Paris, it's also filled with a few insidious details which highlight Nadja's position as an outsider. Consider the way she views the dormitory as a trap, containing everything for work and entertainment that would dissuade her from leaving. Or the bemusement at the Parisians who sit idly in cafes for hours, another trap to Nadja. Cute but idle.
In Breton's novel, the only elements that delivered an insightful and enjoyful overview of the etat d'esprit that seized at that time were the experiences and moments that had nothing to do with Nadja's flat story. Therefore, this could only have been worse, but kudos for trying